The main objective of the single use surgical material is to improve the safety of the surgical act itself, by eliminating
the risks of cross contamination, trough surgical instruments, of diseases such as the Creutzfeld Jakobs, HIV, Hepatitis, etc.
A big number of surgical instruments are provided of bends, angles, blocking mechanisms , which may retain residual particles of
tissue after every surgical procedure. To clean these instruments is not ease and not always sufficient to eliminate the debris
left behind in the surgical procedure.
Every new single use instrument is intact, sterile, and shows no risk in the surgical procedure.
Reusable instruments do not last forever. With every use, in each cycle of decontamination, they get deteriorated and especially at
their extremities and weak areas which lose precision. This becomes in damages by corrosion or abrasion that makes more and more
difficult and less efficient the posterior cleaning processes and may show a higher risk of provoking a failure of the components
during a surgical procedure.